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  1. Dee Creek Farm

    Specialty cheeses, poultry, vegetables, and more, produced on this dynamic, chemical free farm.  Dee Creek currently have a creamery, mobile processing unit, certified kitchen, movable animal houses, greenhouses, ponds, an old barn, and a farmhouse from the 1900’s. In an effort to serve the community more…

    Location: 2402 Little Kalama River Road, Woodland, WA 98674
  2. Delta Old-Growth Forest

    The one-half-mile Delta Nature Trail takes visitors of all ages and abilities into the Delta Old Growth Grove, which is a diverse and richly abundant place. Here you can experience magnificent old-growth Douglas firs and Western red cedars – some more than 200 feet tall and 650…

    Location: Delta Campground, OR
  3. Deschutes Paddle Trail

    Whether you want to sea-kayak the beautiful High Cascade Lakes with sweeping mountain views, paddle a gentle section of the Lower Deschutes River among the otters, beavers and eagles, or whitewater-raft an exciting stretch of river just minutes from Downtown Bend, the Deschutes Paddle Trail…

    Location: Bend, OR
  4. Detroit Lake State Park

    Located in the Cascade Mountains, Detroit Lake State Park is the gateway to beautiful Detroit Lake. The park has a large campground bordering the lake. This is the spot for all types of water sports: fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing and personal watercraft. Along with…

    Location: 44000 North Santiam Hwy SE, Detroit, OR 97342
  5. Diamond Lake

    Diamond Lake has welcomed generation of Oregonians to its scenic shores and excellent fishing. Bordered by Mt. Thielsen and Mt. Bailey, Diamond Lake offers visitors a wide range of activities year-round. From cross-country skiing  and snowmobiling in the winter to mountain biking and horseback riding…

    Location: Diamond Lake, OR
  6. Down the River Cleanup, Clackamas River

    The Down the River Cleanup is one of the largest volunteer river cleanups in the Northwest. It brings together the human-powered sports community (rafting, kayaking, fishing, tubing, canoing, sea kayaking, etc.) for a single day of river stewardship. It is a volunteer day on the river…

    Location: Barton Park Rd, Barton, OR
  7. Drake Park

    Drake Park was once the site of the historic water pageant in Bend, and now it is home to numerous geese, otters and wildlife, canoe enthusiasts, fly-fishing, arts and craft events and the annual Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration.   Drake Park is best known…

    Location: NW Riverside Blvd, Bend, OR 97701
  8. Enola Hill

    Enola Hill, since time immemorial, has been a place utilized by American Indians from all around the Northwest for vision quests, ceremonies, huckleberry picking, medicine gathering, hunting, fishing and other activities at this usual and accustomed place.  It is here that nature, culture and history…

    Location: East of Rhododendron on south side of Zig Zag Mountain, Rhododendron, OR 97049
  9. Erratic Rock State Natural Site

    This 40-ton rock was deposited during a prehistoric flood. Other than this specimen, rocks of this type are only found in Canada. It was carried here on an iceberg during an ice age some 20,000 years ago, probably by way of the Columbia River. The…

    Location: Off OR 18, 6 mi. E of Sheridan, along Oldsville Road. , Sheridan, OR
  10. Fern Ridge Wildlife Area

    Fern Ridge Wildlife Area is an excellent area to view wintering waterfowl. Along with ducks you’re likely to spot great blue herons, great egrets, yellow-headed blackbirds, black terns and red-shouldered hawks. Nesting osprey are viewed often in spring and summer. Fern Ridge Wildlife Area holds wetlands,…

    Location: 26969 Cantrell Road, Eugene, OR 97402
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